The first statewide recount Michigan has had to complete in 60 years could begin as early as Friday.
The Republican-controlled chamber plans to approve the plan Wednesday once it clears a committee.
A West Michigan man who pleaded guilty to producing child pornography is heading to prison.
A West Michigan firefighter is in the midst of the battle against deadly wildfires devastating North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.
Michigan Republicans say Jill Stein’s request for a recount could cost taxpayers a dozen times what she will have to pay.
The Better Business Bureau Serving Western Michigan says this is the most popular time of year for scammers to attack.
State election staff will begin the painstaking task of counting each ballot by hand as early as Friday, leading to extra work hours.
More than 130 nationwide closures have been announced this year, including two in Kent County.
Michigan has officially turned red in a presidential election for the first time since 1988.
The city is experiencing a economic rebound two years out of bankruptcy, but some say all neighborhoods have to share in the turnaround.
Authorities say a man shot his wife and then fatally shot himself in southeastern Michigan.
Michigan regulators have directed their staff to develop rules designed to toughen utilities’ defenses against cyberattacks.
Residents of a Detroit neighborhood are gathering in the memory of a campus police officer who was killed in the line of duty.
An ex-convict was arraigned Friday on murder and other crimes in the death of a Detroit college police officer who was shot in the head.
The state is waiving fees Friday at 103 state parks and recreation areas and 138 rustic campgrounds.